Adjectives Adverbs & Prepositions Sarah Porter SPEECH Adjectives, adverbs and prepositions are three of the eight parts of speech. The other parts are; Noun Pronoun Conjunction Interjection Adjectives and Adverbs The primary purpose of an adjective is to modify a noun. They typically answer one of these three questions about the noun: What kind? How many? Which one? An adverb modifies--changes, enhances, limits, describes, intensifies, muffles--a verb, an adjective or another adverb. Prepositions Prepositions are small words such as "with" and "into" that themselves are difficult to define in words. Prepositions create a relationship between other words in a sentence by linking phrases to the rest of the sentence. Prepositions can be found anywhere in a sentence. Please answer the following question Adverbs are one of the eight parts of speech? True False GREAT JOB!!! You answered correctly. Move on to the next question. TRY AGAIN Click on the link below to review the slide that can help you with your answer. True or False The primary purpose of an adjective is to modify a noun? True False CORRECT!!!! Great Job! The primary purpose of an adjective IS to modify a noun. TRY AGAIN….. Click on the below button to review adjectives. True or False Prepositions create a relationship between other words in a sentence? True False WAY TO GO!!! You are correct. Prepositions DO create relationship between other words in a sentence. TRY AGAIN… Please click the below button to review information. You have now completed the quiz Excellent job. I hope you enjoyed the quiz.
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